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Nir

modifying current Windows installation

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I apologize if this is covered somewhere, but I couldn't find it.

Can nLite be used with the currently installed Windows, or only to modify installation CDs before the actual installation?

Upon running nLite, I must supply a directory for the uninstalled Windows. But the blurb says "have you ever wanted to remove windows components...", which suggests it does. If so, what do I enter for the requested directory???

Thanx,

Nir

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Answer to your first question is - NO

n-Lite is not a Tweaker for already installed operating system.

It only builds a user-modified installation CD.

As for your second question - You need to copy the "I386" folder in your installation CD to your local drive,

and point n-Lite to this folder.

"remove windows components" means that you remove them from your installation CD,

so that they will not be installed at all when you install Windows XP.

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